Observer's Inn

3535 Highway 79, Julian, California, 92036, United States | B&B
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    Travel Blogs from Julian

    Thar's gold in them thar hills….

    A travel blog entry by wendalex on Jan 15, 2014

    9 photos

    ... rock. he turns out the lights leaving only a small stubby candle to illuminate our world - "imagine working like this for 12 hours a day" he says. "but imagine the dust, the heat, the smell of black powder and of sweat. that is what this mine was like for all of its 90 year working life."
    we reluctantly left Julian, and headed for the huge metropolis that is San Diego. but not before we checked out the realty office….

    The night before...

    A travel blog entry by fatkidfrogs on Apr 09, 2012

    25 photos

    ... advantage of the resources we had on hand, before we set out. We'll still have to figure out the daily plans of what to do but the major logistics have been thought out. This is unfortunate in the aspect of all the papers we'll be toting around with us during the beginning but it's also allowed for us to have a general time frame for meeting up with friends and family. Steve's parents are meeting up with us in Switzerland, we are attending a ...

    Time to catch up...

    A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Feb 13, 2012

    ... Lynn suggested we look for some caches enroute. A great idea! We found several along the way. If you think you’d like to learn a bit more about the hobby, just check out It’s a blast.

    We had a late lunch today. Lynn is reading while I hammer this out. The wind is active too, but it’s warmer today, in the low seventies.

    By the way, Lynnie had made a very large potato salad ...

    Home again, home again, rigity-jig...

    A travel blog entry by missyjoymel on Jan 26, 2009

    12 photos

    ... out... I ALWAYS get stuck sitting next to, in front of, or directly behind THE MOST annoying four-year-old on the plane from all corners of the world. My twelve hour flight from London consisted of a loud-mouthed, blond-haired, European kid who put his chair back uncomfortably far, and then proceeded to sleep on the floor. His chair being back for no reason at all just added to my increasing claustrophobia that I inevitably get on flights... I ...

    Day 2: Still in Rancho Bernardo

    A travel blog entry by lee_s146 on Oct 26, 2008

    ... but it's a busy spot. We ate breakfast while watching. It's funny because Amare was doing a play by play of the golfers and sometime he tried talking to them. I had to continually remind him to be quiet/talk softly so he wouldn't break their concentration and get them ****** at us.  After breakfast, we woke up Buster so we could all get ready to visit Uncle Jimmy, who just lives 5 minutes down the road. It was a nice visit with them, learned ...